Tuesday Update

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 5:00 am


Storm moves in late Tuesday night into Wednesday.  Relatively warm temps will keep snow levels high and dynamics are poor with this system.  Accumulations should stay under 6″.  A chance for occasional mountain showers through the weekend, but nothing major in the forecast.


Nothing has changed.  Snow will develop up high late tonight in a southwesterly flow.  Plenty of moisture but really poor dynamics to this system.  Couple that with the warm nature of the storm and high snow densities, and it’s going to be tough to get more than just a few inches out of this system.

Things should end by Thursday but weak disturbances will move through the area through the end of the week.  This will keep the threat of a few mountain snow showers around but it looks unlikely that any of these will produce much in the way of accumulations.

We ridge up heading into next week.  Right now it looks like our next shot at getting a storm in isn’t until December 11th or so….


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  • dwilkerson

    Looks like the fourth lackluster year in a row. I’m thinking of taking up scuba. But, thanks for the very enjoyable and informative reading with my coffee.

    • Its december 2, and as of now we are close to normal. A touch early to declare it lackluster. Keep the faith!

  • AZ

    It seems like every year I watch this closely and get that slightly depressed feeling thinking it should be better…Then I hit the slopes and don’t care….. Thanks for all the hard work, without it we’d all be trying to educate ourselves to read NOAA info.

  • Sam

    Just watched KSL from last night and Kevin is calling for 1 – 1.5 ft snow for the Mts by Thursday?

  • Sam, I hope he’s right. But I don’t see that happening. I think most locales will stay under 6″.

  • RyLee Watson

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